For Electric Cooperatives to contribute data, use the "November 15” report used for pension submissions in either a text file or Excel spreadsheet.  Or a text file or spreadsheet with ​job code, and pay rate only.   We are aware that our favorite trade association has modified job codes.   We can accept the old codes, the new codes, or both.


For telecommunications cooperatives; municipal systems; water and sewer systems; contact Michael Frizzell for instructions on how to submit a data file. at:

Michael@MDFHRConsulting.com



2019 Version in production and accepting data files beginning October 1, 2018


Database of Cooperative Salary Information (DBCSI)

​Email Data file to DBCSI@MDFHRConsulting.com

Pricing

Since our primary reason for doing this is to provide a service, not create a margin, we only charge enough to cover our production cost.  The unit price will $250 per subscribing organization.  When the survey is ready for distribution, all participants will be provided with a participant list, and a link to download.  We believe in try before you buy.  

Email data files to DBCSI@MDFHRConsulting.com

​or secure upload by



HUMAN RESOURCES CONSULTING

What Makes Our Survey Product Different from other electric trade association surveys?

 

  • Voluntary Participation
  • Downloaded Application, not a monitored website
  • No restriction on use by paid subscribers
  • Unlimited users per subscriber site
  • Contributor list provided
  • Ability to run reports by samples of specific contributors
  • Group pricing available
  • Try before you buy

DBCSI

MICHAEL D. FRIZZELL

Contributors to 2018 Version as of

March 6, 2018

  • AR- First
  • AZ Trico
  • CO- Grand Valley, Sangre De Cristo
  • GA- Coastal, Central
  • MD- Chop Tank
  • MI- Great Lakes
  • MO- CoMO
  • NE- Loup River
  • OH- Guernsey-Musingum
  • OK - East Central, Kiamiche
  • TX- Coleman, Farmers, Fort Belknap, Karnes, Lamar, Navarro, Nueces, Rita Blanca, Rusk County, San Bernard, Swisher, Taylor, United